Pakistan condemns against 4 burnt Muslims in India: Tasnim Aslam

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan on Thursday condemned an incident in India in which four Muslims were burnt alive in the Indian state of Assam earlier this week.
Foreign Office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam, in her weekly press briefing, expressed the hope that India would fully investigate the incident. She also urged New Delhi to protect the rights of all minorities including Muslims.
Aslam said that tension created by Indian along the line of control and the working was aimed at diverting Islamabad’s attention from the war against terrorism.
Responding to a question, she said that the United Nations has imposed a ban on Jamaatud Dawa adding as a signatory of the UN Charter Islamabad has just implemented the decision.